: to row faster or with more skill thanThe Beaversʼ JV8 outrowed the Stanford crew … by nearly 10 seconds to take a second-place finish … — The Albany Democrat-Herald
Examples of outrow in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebYale outrowed runner-up Harvard by more than three seconds at the Sprints and by nine at the IRAs, where the Crimson finished fourth behind Cal.
John Powers, BostonGlobe.com, 7 June 2018
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